Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They are bridled; the robes are thrown over them and girthed.

He also girthed a saddle on him, and, when all was ready, ordered the men who held him to let go.

It was a considerable time before the saddle could be got on and girthed to Hil's satisfaction.

Paddy Toole, girth that horse tighter, I tell you; I never can get you to girth him as he ought to be girthed.

Dick adjusted himself comfortably to the rock and pitch of the pace, girthed his belt tighter, and felt the darkness slide past.

Silently we repacked the saddlebags; girthed the pony; silently we waited for Norhala's return.

The younger men use no saddle, except a small pad, girthed on with a leather thong.

On a cold morning a cow-horse does not like to be very tightly cinched or girthed up.

He was deep and thick through behind the shoulders, and girthed ever so much more than you'd think.

A side-saddle should be girthed very tightly, since a lady sits only by the saddle.